Oh My Gosh!
October 18, 2007, 1:47 pm
Filed under: competition, Hip-Hop, Uncategorized

It’s utterly terrifying how much of a blur the past ten years have been, thinking back to the mid nineties I seem to remember being vaguely optimistic about the state of this country, the world, music and even my own future. My how things change, anyway before I sink into a morbid state of depression and spend the rest of the afternoon listening to Sisters Of Mercy records it’s worth bearing in mind that it’s not all doom and gloom and not everyone wasted the past decade.

Evidence for this more optimistic take on life comes in the rather natty shape of Well Deep a new compilation celebrating 10 years of Big Dada that dropped through the letterbox today, from it’s humble origins as a spin off of Ninja Tune, the label has in my eyes (and ears) gone onto eclipse it’s big daddy releasing some of the best leftfield music of the past few years.

Over 2CDs (or DVD) and 31 tracks it charts the labels progress from it’s gritty UK origins and roster of homegrown operators such as Roots Manuva, New Flesh and the brilliantly off-the-wall Infinite Livez to it’s current global lineup that has introduced the wider world to the likes of Diplo, Spank Rock and TTC.

And because we liked it so much we pestered the label for a couple of copies to give away as prizes. To win a copy email us the answer to this question before Tuesday (22nd) Midday and we’ll randomly select a couple of winners from the right answers:

Q: Mike Ladd’s Infesticons were the arch enemies of which other fictional high-rolling group?

Whilst you’re at it check the debut album, Breaking Kayfabe from new signing Cadence Weapon as well, next level shit as kids in furry kangols are wont to say.


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